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Tarot Journal #2: 4 of Swords

The World We Inhabit Inhabits Us I am not searching for evidence of a loving god or extraterrestrial influence on ancient civilizations, when there are so many overlapping complexities that ripple through one human moment that every occurrence, movement or … Continue reading

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Empathy Breeds Survival

Mary Cassatt, the child’s bath      

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Rachel Carson: The Beauties and Mysteries of the Earth

Originally posted on Vox Populi:
The more clearly we can focus our attention on the wonders and realities of the universe about us, the less taste we shall have for destruction.?–? It is a curious situation that the sea, from…

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Tarot #3: Science, the gleaming razor of reason guided by the pattern of the interconnected web of nature

Let us aim for the heart of truth. Sharpening the swords of our intellect to cut away confusion and flabby fear with the light scalpel and gleaming razor of reason. We are all part of a web that contains all … Continue reading

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Science, Silence and the Sound of Spirit

Two Poems by Jane Hirshfield   ON THE FIFTH DAY On the fifth day the scientists who studied the rivers were forbidden to speak or to study the rivers. The scientists who studied the air were told not to speak of … Continue reading

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